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gment of their public servants. A change in the Cabinet would promote enlistments; but if it is not evident by the middle of the month that men volunteer with the requisite alacrity, the Government must adopt vigorous measures and promptly resort to a draft. An additional hundred thousand men in twenty days will throttle the rebellion. If they cannot be had in one way they must in another. Gen. McClellan must immediately be furnished with men enough to co-operate effectively with Captain Wilkes and take Fort Darling, which is the key to Richmond. Fifty thousand men for garrison duty, to relieve trained soldiers, and another fifty thousand to fill up the decimated regiments, would enable our army to take Richmond within five days after the arrival of reinforcements at Harrison's Landing. Reinforce McClellan promptly and adequately, an no subsequent blundering in the War Department can defer the fall of the Confederate Capital, whatever else it may defer or prevent. The ca